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YORK ROAD HIGH SCHOOL 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

PRESENTED BY 
THE SENIOR CLASS 

1960 



Dedication 4 

Principal 5 

Faculty 6 

Classes 11 

Activities 32 

Features 52 



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THE WAPITI for 1960 records pictorially the personalities and activities of 
York Road High School, both on the campus and in the classroom. However, it 
is more than a record; it is the story of the arduous struggle of many boys 
and girls in their quest for knowledge, friendships and achievement. This story, 
with its illustrative examples, gives to you, its reader, a glimpse of our hap- 
pier moments - moments imprinted indelibly upon our memories - - moments 
which we, the Seniors, share with all who care to read ..... 



"THE WAPITI" 



DEDICATION 




To the President of the York Road Student Body, our classmate and our friend, 
we dedicate this book. 

John E. Montgomery has served as an inspiration to all of York Road, but es- 
pecially to us who each day were eye-witnesses to his conscientiousness, his 
courage, his cheerfulness and his confidence. We have each been proud of him 
and wish the best of everything for him. 



THE PRINCIPAL 




To the graduating class of 1960: 

is the limit." lurtner development of your abilities. "The sky 



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G. L. Stroud, 
Principal 




Mr. John Blackwell 
English and French 




Mr. Gardner Brown 
Industrial Arts 



FACULTY 
AND 

STAFF 




Mrs. Genevieve Brown 
Driver and Physical 
Education 



Mr. James Burch 
Mathematics and Science 



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Mrs. Patricia Caple 
English and Social Studies 



Mr. Harold Clawson 
English 



Mr. Eddie Byers 
Social Studies 



Mrs. Letha Caldwell 
Social Studies 






FACULTY 
AND 
STAFF 



Mr. Calvin Davis 
English, Science, and 
Social Studies 



Not Pictured 



Mrs. Luella Currie 
Social Studies 




Mrs. Elizabeth Dargan 
Mathematics and Social 
Studies 




Mr. Morris Donald 



Band 



Mr. Rainey Floyd 
D. O. and Science 



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Mr. William Debose 
Commercial Education and 
English 



Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon 
English and Reading 



Not Pictured 



Not Pictured 




Miss Grace McCauley 
Mathematics and Guidance 



Miss Margie Morris 
Commercial Education and 
English 



Mrs. Lena Sammons 
Drama, English and 
Speech 



Miss Cathrilla Sampson 
Home Economics and 
Science 





Mr. William Leak 
Health, Safety and 
Physical Education 



Mr. William Oliver 
Biology 



Mrs. Millie Listen 
Music 




Miss Juanita Pickney 
Guidance 





JAMES L. ANDERSON 
Activities: Industrial Arts 
Motto; "Never idle a moment; 
but tiirifty and tiioughtful of 
others." 

Ambition: Meciianic in the 
Army 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
President - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Stanley Wise 

Vice President -------------- - Margaret McCullough 

Secretary - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - Polly Hunt 

Assistant Secretary - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Barbara Davis 

Treasurer -------------------- Imogene Harper 

Chaplain Willie Belton 

Parliamentarian - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - Ruby Massey 

Sergeant-at-arms - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Fred Moore 



RAYMOND BURCH 
Activities: Secretary of the 
Band 

Motto: "I am only one, but I 
am one. I cannot do every- 
thing, but I can do something. 
What I can do, I ought to do; 
and what I ought to do, by the 
grace of God, I will do." 
Ambition: Elementary Tea- 
cher 



WILLIE J. BURTON 
Activities: Parliamentarian 
of Student Council, Editor-in- 
Chief of School Annual 
Motto: "Grief can take care 
of itself; but to get the full 
value of joy you must have 
somebody to divide it with." 
Ambition: To succeed in all 
endeavors in which I encoun- 
ter F 



WILLIE CLARDY, JUNIOR 
Activities: Track, Band, 
Chorus 

Motto: "I envy no man who 
knows more than I, but I pity 
he who knows less." 
Ambition: Officer of the U.S. 
Air Force 



BURL R. CRAIG 
Activities: Band, Chorus 
Motto: "A time to come, and 
a time to go." 




KAYE AUSTIN 

Activities: Secretary of the 
Band 

Motto: "I am only one, but I 
am one. I cannot do every- 
thing, but I can do something. 
What I can do, I ought to do; 
and what I ought to do, by the 
grace of God, I will do." 
Ambition: Elementary 
teacher 



MAXINE BELLE 
Activities: Red Cross, D. O. 
Club 

Motto: "No man every prayed 
heartily without learning 
something." 

Ambition: Dermatologist's 
Assistant 



WILLIE LEE BELTON 

Activities: Chaplain of Stu- 
dent Council, Chorus, Antler 
Staff, Chaplain of Honor So- 
ciety 

Motto: What are you going to 
be, you are not becoming." 
Ambition: Dental Hygienist 



SHIRLEY ANN BRADLEY 
Activities: Dramatics Club, 
Reporter of N. H. A., Red 
Cross, Y-Teen, Antler Staff, 
Chorus 

Motto: "Learn as though you 
are going to live forever, live 
as though you are going to die 
tomorrow." 

Ambition: Social Worker 



VEOLA DUNLAP 
Activities: Y- Teens, Red 
Cross, Chorus, Student Coun- 
cil, Senior Club, N. H. A., 
French Club 

Motto: "The best preacher is 
Che heart; the best teacher is 
the time; the best book is the 
CURTIS DUNLAP Bible; the best friend is God." 



HARRIETT ANN GILLIARD 

Activities: Student Council, 
Assistant Parliamentarian of 
Y-Teens, Chorus -Secretary, 
French Club-Vice President. 
Motto: "He who hath know- 
ledge hath power." 
Ambition: Social Worker 



MARY GILLLf^RD 
Activities: Orchestra, Di- 
versified Occupation, Student 
Council, Commercial Co-Ed 
Club, Science Club, N. H. A., 
French Club 

Motto: "Do unto others as you 
would have them do unto you." 
Ambition: Secretary 





ALICE GLENN 
Activities: Chaplain of N. H. 
A., Y-Teens, Journalism, 
Band, Chorus, Cheerleader, 
Modern Dance Group 
Motto: "God grant me the 
serenity to accept the things 
I cannot change, courage to 
change the things I can, and 
the wisdom to know the dif- 
ference." 

Ambition: Secretary 



BERTHA HAMMONDS 
Activities : N. H Y-Teens, 
Antler Staff, C-orus, Com- 
mercial Co -Ed Club 
Motto: "Life is like a foot 
print in the sand; with each 
step foward, an impression is 
left behind." 

Ambition: Social Work^. 



IMOGENE HARPER 
Activities: Band, Treasurer 
of Senior Class 
Motto: "When the one great 
scorer comes to write against 
my name, he writes not that 
I won or lost but how I play- 
ed the game." 
Ambition: Social Worker 



EARL HARRIS 
Activities: D. O. Club 
Motto: "If at first you don't 
succeed, try, try again." 
Ambition: Scientist 




SENIOR 



Friendliest 
Paul Harris - Harriet Gilliard 



Best-Dressed 
Booker T. Weldon - Britannia Mason 



Best Looking 
Louis Hood - Britannia Mason 



Most Studious 
John Montgomery - Polly Hunt 



Mrs. Mattie S. Grigsby 
Advisor 



PAUL HARRIS 
Activities: Student Council, 
Basketball, Track, Hi-Y, In- 
dustrial Arts Club 
Motto: "Know how to live 
without hesitation, know how 
to lose without regret." 
Ambition: Air Force Officer 



LOUIS L. HOOD 
Activities: D. O. Club 
Motto: "Many people have the 
right aim in life but never 
seem to pull the trigger." 
Ambition: Commercial Art- 
ist 



POLLY HUNT 
Activities: President of 
Senior Honor Society, Vice 
President of N. H. A., Vice 
President of Y-Teens, Vice 
President of Band, and Ed- 
itor-in-Chief of Antler 
Motto: "Judge me not by my 
past but my hopes and ambi- 
tions." 

Ambition: Registered Phar- 
macist 



Most Likely-to-Succeed 
Joe Montgomery - Polly Hunt 



Most Dependable 
Willie Burton - Veola Dunlap 



WALTER HOUSE 
Activities: Band, Chorus 
Motto: "Judge me not by my 
past but my hopes and ambi- 
tions." 

Ambition: Government Work- 






WILLIE MAE JORDAN 
Activities : N. H. A . , Y-Teens , 
Antler Staff, Chorus 
Motto: "A single lamp in a 
dark place is better than all 
the lights of a seven story 
building." 

Ambition: Social Worker 



SARA ANN LEE 
Activities: Secretary of Y- 
Teens, Secretary of Red 
Cross, Secretary of Drama- 
tics Club, French Club, Wa- 
piti Staff 

Motto: "One ship drives east, 
another west, by the selfsame 
winds that blow. Tis' the set 
of the sail, and not the gale 
that determines the way they 
go. Like the winds of the sea 
are the ways of fate as we 
voyage along thru life. Tis' 
the set of a soul that decides 
its goal, and not the calm or 
the strife." 

Ambition: Pediatrician 



SUPERLATIVES 



Most Versatile 
Joe L. Montgomery - Willie Lee Belton 



Best Dancers 
Fred Moore - Phoebe McKnig 



Best Athletes 
Paul Harris - Mary Smith 



Most Humorous 
Paul Harris - Alice Glenn 



BRITANNIA MASON 
Activities: Treasurer of 
Student Council, Y-Teens, 
N. H. A., Commercial Co- 
Ed Club, Band, Chorus 
Motto: "It takes your enemy 
and your friend, both work- 
ing together to really hurt 
you to the heart - - one to get 
the news to you, and the other 
to slander you." 
Ambition: Business Admin- 
istration 



RUBY MASSEY 
Activities: Reporter of Stu- 
dent Council, President of 
N. H. A., CorrespondingSec- 
retary of National Honor So- 
ciety and Associate Editor of 
Antler Staff 

Motto: "The solution to your 
problem depends upon your 
success." 

Ambition: Registered Nurse 




Most Sophisticated 
Curtis Dunlap - Dorothy Welch 



Most Talented 
James Thompson - Margaret McCullough 

GENEVA MELTON 
Activities: N. H. A., Chorus, 
Antler Staff 

Motto: "Nothing was ever 
achieved without enthus- 
iasm." 

Ambition: Cosmetologist 



MARGARET McCULLOUGH 
Activities: President , 
Band, President of Y-Teens, 
French Club, Advertising 
Manager of Wapiti Staff, Bas- 
ketball, Dramatics Club, N. 
H. A. 

Motto: "Give to the world the 
best that you have, and the 
best will come back to you." 
Ambition: Social Worker 



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Mrs. L. M. Sammons 
Advisor 



LESTER McMANUS 
Activities: Dramatics Club, 
Hi-Y, Baseball, BasketbaU 
Motto: "If a man had half his 
wishes he would double his 
troubles." 

Ambition: Social Worker 



PHOEBE Mcknight 

Activities: Commercial Co- 
Ed Club, Basketball, Chorus, 
Cheerleader, Red Cross 
Motto: "It is my joy in life to 
find in every turning of the 
road, the strong arm of a 
comrade kind to help me on- 
ward with my load. And since 
I have no gold to give, and love 
alone must make amends, my 
only prayer is while I live - - 
God make me worthy of my 
friends." 

Ambition: Business Educa- 
tion 




JOSEPH LOUIS 

MONTGOMERY 
Activities; Honor Society, 
Student Council, Wapiti Staff, 
Antler Staff, Track, French 
Circle 

Motto: "It is my conviction 
to do tiie best I know. The 
very best I can; and I intend 
to continue pursuing my con- 
viction until the end. If the 
end brings me out alright, 
what is said against me won't 
amount to anything. If the end 
brings me out wrong, ten- 
thousand angels swearing I 
was right would make no dif- 
fernece." 

Ambition; Lawyer 



JOHN EDISON 
MONTGOMERY 
Activities; President of Stu- 
dent Council, Honor Society, 
Wapiti Staff, Antler Staff, 
Varsity Club, President of 
Commercial Co-Ed Club 
Motto; "Real joy comes not 
from ease, not from riches, 
not fromthe applause of men, 
but from having done things 
that are worth while." 
Ambition; Disc Jockey 



FRED THOMAS MOORE 
Activities; Drum Major, 
Chorus, Basketball, Drama- 
tic Club, Industrial Arts Club, 
Wapiti Staff 

Motto; "Live today, and to- 
morrow you can say what a 
wonderful yesterday." 
Ambition; Air Force Offi- 
cer. 



CHARLES SMITH 
Activities; Chorus, D. O. Club 
Motto; "Just be yourself, but 
be sure that as yourself you 
are who you ought to be." 
Ambition; Army Officer 



JAMES ARTHUR SMITH 

Activities; Dramatics Club, 
Basketball 

Motto; "It is better to be cal- 
led a fool all one's days than 
to sin for one hour." 
Ambition; Aviator 



MARY SMITH 
Activities; Chaplain of the Y- 
Teens, Red Cross, Senior 
Chorus, N. H. A., Senior Club, 
Basketball, French Club 
Motto; "It is better to be un- 
born than untaught, for igno- 
rance is the key to misfor- 
tune." 

Ambition; Registered Nurse 



CAROLYN THOMPSON 
Activities ; Treasurer of D. O. 
Club, French Club, Orchestra 
Motto; "To live long is al- 
most everyone's wish, but to 
live well is the ambition of a 
few." 

Ambition; Nurse 



BOOKER T. WELDON 
Activities; Industrial Arts 
Club 

Motto; "Live today as you 
would wish to live a thousand 
years from now." 
Ambition; Singer 




ROBERT NEELY 
Activities: Baseball, Art, 
Industrial Arts Club 
Motto: "Trust not a living 
soul, and walk carefully a- 
mong the dead." 
Ambition: Air Force Offi- 
cer 



MARJORIE PETTICE 

Activities: Band, Y-Teens, 
Secretary of N. H. A., Frencli 
Club, Journalism 
Motto: "Life is like a foot 
print in the sand; with each 
step forward, an impression 
is left behind." 
Ambition: Music Teacher 



JAMES PERRY 
Activities: Baseball, Track, 
Basketball, Industrial Arts 
Club 

Motto: "I envy no man who 
knows more than I, but pity he 
who knows less." 
Ambition: Business Mana- 
ger 



JELESTER SANDERS 
Activities: President of D. O. 
Club 

Motto: "Remember this also, 
and be well persuaded of its 
truth; the future is not in the 
hands of Fate, but in ours." 
Ambition: Auto Mechanic 



JAMES THOMPSON 
Activities: Track, Dramatics 
Club, Industrial Arts Club 
Motto: "Courage consists not 
in blindly overlooking danger, 
but in seeing it and conquering 
it." 

Ambition: Printer 



DOROTHY WELCH 
Activities: Senior Y-Teens, 
Commercial Co -Ed Club, 
N. H. A., Antler Staff 
Motto: "If I am faithful to the 
duties of the present, God will 
provide for the future." 
Ambition: Cosmetologist 



FREDDIE WELCH 
Activities: D. O. Club, Track, 
BasebaL 

Motto: "Character is what 
you are, reputation is what 
people think you are." 
Ambition: Business Admin- 
istrator or Naval Officer 



STANLEY WISE 
Activities: President of 
Chorus, Treasurer of Nation- 
al Honor Society, President 
of Jr. Red Cross, Treasurer 
of North Carolma Association 
of Student Councils, Presi- 
dent of Senior Class, Busi- 
ness Manager of Wapiti Staff, 
President of Hi-Y, Head Stat- 
istician of Basketball Team, 
Reporter of Commercial Co- 
Ed Club 

Motto: "Character is what 
God, the Saints, and all angels 
knowof us, reputation is what 
people are inclined to think 
of us; so why worry." 
Ambition: Professor of The- 
oretical Mathematics 







Margaret Smith William Spivey James St rait e Betty Tindal 

Charles Ward Jannie Watters Mary Whisonant Bobbie Withers 



Junior Class Officers 

President Bobby Hargro 

Vice President Bobbie Withers 

Secretary Lula Hicklin 

Assistant Secretary ------- -Ada Young 

Treasurer Bobbie Floyd 

Chaplain Mary Whisonant 



Juanita Young 




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SOPHOMORES 



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William Adams 
Mary Allen 
Carolyn Anderson 
Louella Belk 



Wilbert Belton 
Mary L. Black 
Ida Boular 
Arlene Brewer 



Lottie Bridges 
Barbara Brown 
Jerome Burton 
Willie Byrd 



T. C. Clardy 
Doris Clyburn 
Odell Cornelius 
Odel Craig 



Barbara Cunningham 
Gloria Davidson 
Gloria Davis 
Ozellma Davis 



Samuel Davis 
Lee Dockery 
Andrew Dunham 
Patricia Edwards 



Willa Foster 
Jacob Freeman 
Bill Funderburke 
Willie Garrett 



Billy Gilliard 
Bobby Gilliard 
Kenneth Grier 
Vernell Grier 



Donald Hargro 
Bobby Harris 
Rebecca Harris 
Beverly Hill 



Pearl Hilton 
Sammie Izzard 
Marian Jackson 



Rosa Jackson 
Freddie Jessup 
Billy Lockhart 
Jesse Massey 



Gwynne McCathorine 
James McCleave 
Lucinda McCoUum 
Virginia McDowell 



Muriel McKenzie 
Shirley Mills 
Fred Mitchell 
Mary Mitchell 



Sarah Neal 
Thomas Norman 
George Parks 
Janet Pharr 



Doris Porter 
Betty J. Redfern 
Thomas Reid 
Alberta Richards 



Barbara Wilson 
Rosa Worthy 
Doris Young 



Quincey Rowell 
Arthur Sanders 
Susie Shannon 
L. C. Smith 



Paristeen Springs 
Dorothy Steele 
Shirley Sarratt 
James Thacker 



David Truesdale 
Carrie Turner 
Robert Walton 
Delores Weathers 



Joseph Welch 
Marshall Westbrooks 
Lavern Wheeler 
Marshall White 




FRESH 




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




JUNIOR Y-TEENS 




Officers 



President Mary Bailey 

Vice President Janie Mae Harris 

Secretary Betty Floyd 

Chaplain Margaret Reid 

Parliamentarian Brenda Davis 

Treasurer Portia Dunlap 

Student Council Representative - -- -- -- -- -- Sheila Threatt 

Inter-Club Council Representative Ruth Wilson 



Mrs. Patricia Caple and Mrs. L. J. Caldwell, Advisors 




SENIOR Y-TEENS 




Margaret McCullough 
President 



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NATIONAL JUNIOR 
HONOR SOCIETY 



Officers 

President - -- -- -- -- - Ruth Rainey 

Vice President ------ Barbara Cherry 

Secretary - -- -- -- -- Sarah Moore 

Treasurer Willie Vaughn 

Advisors - - Mrs. Dargan, Miss McCauley 



LIBRARY CLUB 



DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS CLUB 

Roster: L. Hood, E. Harris, N. Fincher, L. Hicklen, J. Sanders, F. Welch, R. Moore, M. Bell, T. 
Bridges, M. Gilliard, W. Helton, R. Massey, Z. Lindsay, M. Davis, P. Hunt - R. H. Floyd, Co-ordinator. 

JUNIOR RED CROSS 

President, Stanley Wise; Vice President, Mary Bailey; Secretary, Sara A. Lee; Treasurer, Lucinda 
McCoUum 




MUSIC 



STRING CLASS 




JUNIOR CHORUS 

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THE THESPIANS 



President Virginia Burris 

Secretary gara Lee 

Treasurer Bobbie Withers 

Advisor L. M. Sammons 



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THE ANTLER STAFF 



Polly A. Hunt - -- -- - -Editor-in-Chief 

Ruby Massey - -- -- -- -- -- - Associate Editor 

Joe Montgomery- - -- -- -- -- -- Feature Editor 

Willie Burton and Robert Neely ----- Sports Editors 

Dorothy Welch - -- -- -- -- -Circulation Manager 




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LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 



President - - - - 
Vice President - - 
Secretary - - - - 
Assistant Secretary 
Treasurer - - - . 
Reporter - - - - . 



Robert Walton 

- Harriet Gilliard 
Laverne Mcllwaine 

- - Betty Redfern 

- Gale Funderburk 

- - Willa Foster 




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COMMERCIAL CO 



-ED CLUB 




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JUNIOR 
VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 
TEAM 




JUNIOR 
HIGH 
BASKETBALL 
TEAM 












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JUNIOR 
CHEERLEADERS 




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BASEBALL TEAM 1959 SEASON RECORD 



York Road 


6 


J. H. Gunn 


5 


York Road 


12 


Northwest 


6 


York Road 


6 


Reid High 


5 


York Road 


8 


Logan High 


4 


York Road 


3 


Second Ward 


0 


York Road 


4 


J. H. Gunn 


1 


York Road 


12 


Logan High 


5 


York Road 


4 


West Charlotte 


12 


York Road 


5 


Northwest 


1 


York Road 


4 


Second Ward 


6 


York Road 


10 


Reid High 


5 


York Road 


9 


West Charlotte 


8 



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Mrs. Louise Bradley- 
Mr. & Mrs. Gardner Brown 
Mr. Nelson W. Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. James Burch 
Mr. E. E. Byers 
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Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth H. Diamond, Jr. 
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PATRONS LIST 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Ethridge 

Mrs. E. C. Forte 

Mrs. Geneva Grier 

Mr. & Mrs. John D. Grier 

Mrs. Mildred Grier 

Mr. & Mrs. Sylvester Hargrave 

Mrs. Eala Mae Harper 

Miss Imogene Harper 

Mrs. Janie Harris 

Mrs. Lucille Harris 

Miss Ernestine Hatchette 

Mr. Richard R. Hicks 

Mr. k Mrs. J. B. House 

Rev. & Mrs. J..B. Humphrey 

Miss Polly A. Hunt 

Mr. & Mrs. Dave Hunt 

Mr. Jerry Jackson 

Miss Willie Mae Jordan 

Mr. Harry Kin 

Mr. Jerry L. Lea 

Mrs. Annie Bell Little 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry McCullough 

Mrs. Betty M. McLaurin 

Mr. William B. McMillan, Jr. 



Miss Dorothy E. McQueen 

Mrs. Esther Moore 

Mr. Fred Thomas Moore 

Miss Margie C. Morris 

Mr. William Oliver 

Mrs. Lettie Reid 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Roseboro 

Miss Erma J. Rhea 

Miss Harriet Robinson 

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Mr. S. Smith 

Mr. Ernest Stanback 

Mrs. Theresa J. Stewart 

Mrs. Versie Taylor 

Mr. E red Thompson 

Miss Elizabeth Jean Tucker 

Mr. & Mrs. G. Wakefield 

Mr. & Mrs. James Welch 

Rev. James F. Wertz 

Mr. Joseph Wise 

Mrs. Lillie Whisenant 

Mr. General Whitley 

Mrs. Lillie Wilson 

Mrs. Ida Withers 



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